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Synonyms for enter

come or go in or into

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penetrate

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join

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  • join
  • start work at
  • begin work at
  • sign up for
  • enrol in
  • become a member of
  • enlist in
  • commit yourself to

participate in

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  • participate in
  • join (in)
  • be involved in
  • get involved in
  • play a part in
  • partake in
  • associate yourself with
  • start to be in

compete in

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enter into something

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Synonyms for enter

to come or go into (a place)

to pass into or through by overcoming resistance

to become a member of

to place on a list or in a record

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With this view, I have given a sort of quasi appointment, (a copy of which I inclose [sic]) to each of three protestant ministers, who have accepted, and entered upon the duties.
In recognition of these truths, the Government and people of the United States of America, as is well known, are not only building up the defenses of this country with all possible speed, but they have also entered upon a very extensive program of material assistance to those countries which are actively engaged in resisting German ambition for world domination.
Once the username and password are entered upon visiting the site, a member will be able to access all pages requiring a username and password that he or she is eligible to view.
WRITING in 1936, Winston Churchill suggested, with reference to the rising Nazi threat, that 'in the face of the plainest warnings, we have entered upon a time of great danger .
CASE FACTS: Clay Harris, as personal representative of the estate of Charlotte Harris appealed a final judgment entered upon a directed verdict in favor of Dr.
JNOV can be entered upon two grounds: (1) where the movant is entitled to judgment as a matter of law; and/or (2) the evidence was such that no reasonable mind could disagree that the verdict should have been rendered for the party moving for JNOV, which in this case was the hospital.
But, because we have entered upon our undertaking in the heat of an almost general and very important war, I thought it would not be unnecessary or disagreeable to look a little further back.
This will be a work of considerable magnitude, involving large expenditure of capital, and before the main portion of the undertaking can be entered upon a good deal of preliminary work must be completed.
4900 Kavanaugh charges that Primedia "routinely entered upon private lands for the self-seeking purpose of promoting its own business," the lawsuit said.
For that reason, the trial court's judgment entered upon the verdict was held to be supported by substantial, competent evidence.
All I know is I have entered upon a mysterious path.
These are not questions to be entered upon lightly or thoughtlessly or when your mind is preoccupied with mapping out rat-runs to the leisure centre and long-term strategies to overhaul your life in such a way that you'll never have to drive in a city at tea-time again.
One teacher wrote, "I entered upon this study [first year action research project] to try to determine which methods I could use in my classroom to develop critical thinking skills.
This right extends to both preservice leases and those entered upon while on active duty.
We reluctantly entered upon the scientific side of it.